In the age of ridiculously abundant information, it’s so easy to develop infomania and feel like you can’t stop researching and learning more about a topic.
Nurturing and protecting your ability to create is more important and more difficult than ever.
Falling in love with the power of no helped me learn to focus. Instead of feeling like I’m giving up, I’ve taught myself to connect my power to say no to a feeling of freedom , liberation and power. I think of saying NO as actually enabling me to say YES.
My power to say no to something “interesting” is what makes it possible for me to say YES and devote time and energy to what I’m truly passionate about.
“Stop. I’m not going to take any more input until I’ve made something with what I got.”
Dr. Brené Brown is a researcher professor at the University of Houston, Graduate College of Social Work, where she has spent the past ten years studying vulnerability, shame, courage, and whole-hearted living.
Clients often ask me if there is a book or resource for learning more about what I teach regarding self-acceptance, self-respect, self-acknowledgment and self-compassion. Dr. Brené Brown’s work is among the best resources available today.
Below are resources from Dr. Brené Brown I wholeheartedly recommend.
Updated: April 29, 2014, July 17, 2014, December 2014, May 2015
Personal Agility is about having a sense of EASE with rolling with life’s curve balls – whatever the source.
Personal Agility enables you to live in the Agile Zone of optimal functioning – feeling relatively in charge, secure and confident in your ability to ride the waves that come with living the unpredictable, uncontrollable creative life.
What is the Agile Zone™ of Optimal Functioning and Peak Performance?
The Agile Zone™ is what I call your sweet spot of optimal functioning – the place where you experience life without feeling overwhelmed or powerless – where you feel hopeful, capable, and able to get things done. It includes your high energy, peak performance and creative flow states, as well as your low energy states where you still can get things done. Your Agile Zone includes